With the Supreme Court upholding the Texas abortion law, everyone in the White House is a little testy.
Press Secretary Jen Psaki has been under considerable stress spinning the Afghanistan debacle, so it was not surprising to see her completely lose her cool.
The question that set her off was regarding Biden’s faith and his hypocritical stance on abortion.
To set the stage for this, you have to remember that Joe Biden tries to sell himself as a devout Catholic.
However, now he fully supports all abortions, all the time.
This is no longer a matter of health care, but just making abortions available for anyone at any time.
Owen Jensen, a DC reporter for Eternal Word Television Network, which airs Catholic-focused programming, asked, “Following up on the Texas law, why does the president support abortion when his own Catholic faith teaches abortion is morally wrong?”
That sent Psaki right over the edge, gender shaming the man, which again, I find rather ironic considering liberals are now working out gender-neutral terms for breastfeeding and giving birth.
Watch Psaki’s reaction to the question in the video below…
Question: "Why does the president support abortion when his own Catholic faith teaches abortion is morally wrong?"
Psaki: "It's a woman's body and it's her choice… I know you've never faced those choices, nor have you ever been pregnant."pic.twitter.com/pQE0eYTZ4t
— Geoff Pilkington (@geoffpilkington) September 2, 2021
Her gender shaming did not go unnoticed by conservatives…
Psaki implies men can't get pregnant and couldn't possibly know what it's like to get pregnant. Outrageously transphobic statements from the White House and the Biden administration.
Will Psaki apologize for her blatant transphobia? pic.twitter.com/IqfYTbQ3Ry
— Ian Miles Cheong @ stillgray.substack.com (@stillgray) September 2, 2021
Did I really hear Jen Psaki shame a person for their gender? Damn. The wheels have really come off.
— Chad Prather (@WatchChad) September 3, 2021
With the Supreme Court allowing the law to stand, albeit conceding the law can still be challenged, numerous red states are already looking at putting like legislation in place.
The question now remains if this law energizes Democrats to come out during mid-terms to keep enough Democrats in office that would allow for more challenges and the possible packing of the Supreme Court.
Source: New York Post